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What's better to move to Ireland or Australia?

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I'd say Australia, though it really depends on whether you move to northern Ireland or southern.

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Australia is far better place than Ireland for outsiders.

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Definitely Australia

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Australia is a far better place to settle down than bonny Ireland. Despite the emerald beauty of the Irish countryside, I'd rather come home to my laid-back part of Australia.

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